About Me[edit | edit source]
I'm a motivated and keen Sport and Exercise Scientist with a deep understanding musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory physiology. I am very goal orientated and hard working. My time management is good and I am able to efficiently handle heavy work loads with multiple deadlines. I am open-minded and cooperative, and always trying to improve my skill sets. I am self-motivated and yet also enjoy motivating others. I am currently training to be a physiotherapist in Leeds, England.
I graduated in sport and exercise science at Leeds Beckett University last year and I am currently training to be a physiotherapist. To supplement my learning I am shadowing at a local physiotherapy practice. This includes sitting in on sessions with the senior physiotherapists and aiding them in any capacity they see fit. Over the past year i have completed several physiotherapy related courses to ensure that it was the field that i wanted to pursue a career in. These included:
- Developing Clinical Empathy: Making a Difference in Patient Care (St George's, University of London)
- Cognitive Behavioural Skills to Treat Back Pain: The Back Skills Training (BeST) Programme (University of Exeter)
- Human Anatomy: Musculoskeletal Cases (HarvardX)
It was through research about these courses that i came across physiopedia and after completing the "ACL Rehabilitation – Introduction" course i knew i wanted to be part of its community.
Physiopedia Awards[edit | edit source]
Education[edit | edit source]
Sport and Exercise Science BSc, Leeds Beckett University, Upper Second class
Developing Clinical Empathy: Making a Difference in Patient Care (St George's, University of London)
Cognitive Behavioural Skills to Treat Back Pain: The Back Skills Training (BeST) Programme (University of Exeter)
Human Anatomy: Musculoskeletal Cases (HarvardX)
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BASES - The British Association of Sport and Exercise Science
CSP - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy